Monday 24 February 2014
THE RSPCA is appealing for information after two cats from the same household returned home with snares around their necks in the Vale of Glamorgan.
The first cat returned to his home at Wren road, St Athan on Sunday 16 February with a snare wrapped so tightly around his neck he could hardly breathe. Fortunately the owner was able to remove the snare and the cat was uninjured. On Friday 21 February the owner’s other cat … Continue reading…
Monday 3 February 2014
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information about four Jack Russell puppies who were handed into a veterinary practice in Haverfordwest on Friday (January 31st 2014) with suspected chemical burns on their bodies.
The dogs were taken to the vets in the Portfield area by a group of people who said they had found the dogs dumped on the road, although they did not leave their contact details and left promptly afterwards.
The dogs were in a … Continue reading…
Monday 3 February 2014
RSPCA Cymru is urging cat owners to be extra vigilant following the deaths of three cats in Milford Haven over the weekend from antifreeze poisoning.
Although at this stage it is not known how the cats came to ingest the antifreeze, people who use it are being asked to make sure they dispose of it responsibly and clear up any spillages.
It follows a spate of similar incidents in the county in July 2013 when a … Continue reading…
Wednesday January 29 2014
RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information following reports that a number of birds have been shot in Beddau.
Over the last month local residents say a number birds – including crows, blackbirds and magpies – have been shot by someone using an airgun in the Gwaunmiskin road area.
Yesterday, RSPCA inspector Simon Evans, who is investigating the alleged incidents, retrieved a dead crow which is believed to be one of the victims.
He said: “It seems … Continue reading…
AMs must now ensure equine welfare remains high up on the political agenda
Monday 27 January 2014
RSPCA Cymru is delighted that the Control of Horses (Wales) Bill has received Royal Assent today.
The new law will equip local authorities in Wales with additional powers to tackle fly-grazing and abandonment problems which can have severe consequences for animal welfare and community safety.
RSPCA Cymru firmly believes this is a positive step forward but does not provide all the answers to … Continue reading…